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Ibanez V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Ibanez quality with outstanding playability.

Acoustic electric guitar with select spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Mahogany neck. The V70CE is equipped with a soft cutaway for higher access. It is a very responsive instrument with capacity for great dynamic range both acoustically and through the output.

Quality electronics combine with superior Ibanez design and a select spruce top to make the Ibanez V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar an instrument that sounds great plugged in or played acoustically. Rosewood fretboard and chrome tuners. Mahogany neck.

Case sold separately.

Ibanez V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Features:

  • Select spruce top
    Chrome tuners
    Mahogany neck, back, and sides
    Rosewood bridge and fretboard
    Dreadnought body
    Quality electronics
    Case sold separately

Ibanez V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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  • This guitar is awesome

    As reviewed by Alex Richter on 5/26/2008

    If you are a rhythm guitarist like I am, then you will love this guitar! It has the perfect sound it you are playing on any of the frets above the 15th. The acoustic sound is just like any other, but the first strings it comes with sound a bit funny, but don't worry about that. The electric sound is also great, there is also an adjuster on the side of the guitar that allows you to adjust the bass, tremble and volume, so that's kind of cool. I recommend this for any pro, and it's also a great guitar to learn on, or just jam on. This is my favorite guitar I own.

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  • For This Price, Its Cheapest out there but not "Cheap".

    As reviewed by matt spencer on 2/8/2013

    Personal Story With Guitar: I bought this to hold me over till I can buy the guitar I really want(Gibson SG Standard) and thought it was decent til Thanksgiving and Christmas when family came, and realized it was amazing. A Dozen people played it and all wanted one, they thought it was an expensive guitar(I thought they were crazy, but some were drunk). Of course half were use to dealing with 'cheap' or outdated guitars, but there were a few who knew the difference. Of these guys, they each owned multiple $2000+ type guitars, from old classic Martins to newer Fenders and Gibsons. Even some of them wanted to take it home to their collection's, and just found it charming. This guitar is a 5 star when talking Price/Performance, cause this was the absolute cheapest guitar I could find. Yet it plays like it were made of a thousand dollars, which is its charm(cheap and effective). I think I paid $150 with my coupon, every man needs this kind of guitar in their collection, even if you don't play(like with pianos, its for guests). With this acoustic, I have dropped it, bumped it on walls(seriously I have hit at least a dozen walls walking around with this playing it), and I have even spilled on it(this all doesn't include what others have done to it). This guitar is built like a tank, and you would never be able to be this loose with you nicer Taylors and Ibanez etc. My Observations of Guitar: I love the black, and its cream bindings. This neck has one of the smoothest necks and is easy to play, it just has this smooth paint on it which makes sliding very easy, not to mention it has a nice decent size, and would fit even a Jr. High sized hand! Surprisingly I tune this just every jam session, they stayed tuned just fine. The electronics are awesome, and are installed greatly, cause I dropped my favorite pick in the hole, and shook it to hell to get it out(I have done this several times). It has a good sound, but when recording, it doesn't match that of real 'great' guitars, that actually cost lots of money. I didn't get this setup and I did absolutely nothing to it and I have been playing it out of the box even just under 6 months later(I am even still using the same strings; they have given me amazing callus's). It was shipped to GC ready to jam. Conclusion: This guitar is just absolutely beautiful. It has matching cream and black all over it. The only thing on it that looks cheap are the saddle, nut and machine heads. The Nut/Saddle just don't match the binding color, and look like super cheap plastic. The machine heads are just extremely basic, some more stylish ones would match up better with the guitar. Overall, the guitar itself is just amazing(for the price), and perfect for small budgets. Every one from first timers to experience alike will all find something they like about it(mostly the price/performance), but will also find something they dislike. Outside the body, neck and head, there is much to not like, I think they put money in the places that truly count, which is a big deal cause you paid for the things you can't replace on it, fretboard being the only un-replaceable part that wasn't made to be of great quality(like body, neck and head). Pretty much, for under $200 your not gonna find anything better. Ibanez isn't my favorite brand, but they sure made this guitar sufficiently. Unless your coming from a way nice acoustic, your not going to notice anything bad about this guitar, and even if you got a collection of expensive guitars, there is always room for one like this. I didn't even notice anything 'bad' till I did this review. Bottom Line: It is absolutely perfect for camping, beach goers, beginners, and for guests/parties(so that people don't touch the nicer guitars, and they can spill their beers on it). As a person who has always owned electric solid body guitars, I found this at first to be a novelty buy to rid of my Gisbon SG 'itch', but soon found it my main guitar. I also take it to learn the folk and blues from lessons at the local learning center(just toss it in the backseat and your good to go). I say buy this, take it home, and then find a reason to why you need anything more expensive. I have been able to delay my 'big' purchase, and now going to be able to get something way nicer than what I would have settled for. I was gonna return this 60 days later and get me the nicer guitar, but I liked it too much, and decided I wanted an acoustic in my collection, I mean its only $150/$200, why return it?

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Great for a begginer guitar

    As reviewed by Drew Persinger on 12/7/2011

    It is a great guitar for anyone starting to learn guitar. Now I have a 411ce Auditorium acoustic and shecter electric. When you buy this guitar you will want a six string kyser capo,dunlap picks, and a planet waves or snark tuner. I would also recommend a road runner guitar case and/or a fret rest guitar stand. You will also want to get a mel bay techniqe book (level one) Even when you get more advanced it is still good for live performance. I play in a christian rock group at my church and it soundes fine. Finally, if you want to buy a amp, the brand acoustic is the best for beginners. If you want a step up amp then you will want to go with a fisherman. By the way if you go to the guitar center in Batimore ask for Nikki, she is the best sales person and will give you the best deal. You will need a nice music stand to so if your a begginer you should get a wire one but if you want a sturdy fasil safe one then i would say get a mannhaset, BELMONTE, or proline.Thats it have fun!!!(By the way change the strings, fender or exlir ar better)

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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